Sleeping With Sirens made their to Chicago’s famous House of Blues on July 14th, 2022. The CTRL + ALT + DEL Tour featured a full line up with openers: Garzi, Point North, and Don Broco. It was a packed house from front to back and bottom to top.
There was no shortage of energy for all the openers. Garzi got the night started with his alt-rock influence that the crowd vibed with from beginning to end. One of his most energetic performances came from “Sick of Me” that even featured Travis Barker on its release. Point North was up next and kept the crowd going with their pop-punk feel. One of my favorites from their set was “Into The Dark” which even features Sleeping With Siren's Kellin Quinn. Don Broco was up next who had the crowd JUMPING for the majority of their set. Each song packed a powerful punch with heavy drops and amazing vocals from Rob Damiani, who’s drip was unmatched.
Sleeping With Sirens stepped up to the stage and was greeted with a huge uproar from the crowd. Complete with crowd surfers and pits, there was no shortage of energy from the crowd. SWS started the night off with “Break Me Down” of their latest album “How It Feels To Be Lost.” One of the most memorable songs I feel of the night was their cover of Goo Goo Dolls “Iris” which delivered soft yet powerful vocals from Kellin. They also live debut their single "Crosses” which released only a few weeks ago. SWS then closed the night off with one of their most popular songs “If You Can’t Hang.” Even without lead guitarist Jack Fowler, who recently left the band to pursue other ventures, SWS didn’t skip a beat.
Review & Photo by: Connor Hannan